One of the many things inadvertently learned during the last year has been that working remotely isn’t always as easy or as efficient as it should be. Lenovo Go, a new Lenovo sub-brand, was designed with a hybrid workforce in mind; they want to provide needed tools for better mobile productivity. Their first two products are the 65W 20,000mAh Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank and the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse.
Lenovo recently concluded the study, Future of Work and Digital Transformation, after which they learned that 83% of the businesses surveyed expect to work remotely at least half the time, and “60% of employees not only agree but are happy to do so.” With Lenovo Go, Lenovo hopes to provide tools that remote workers can use to “efficiently bridge the gap between office, home and in between and transform a good experience to a great experience.”
Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank
Lots of us have a 20,000mAh power bank, but how many of us can say that we have one that is actually able to recharge a 65W laptop? That’s what you’ll be able to do with the Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank. It will not only fully charge your laptop with its integrated USB Type-C charger at least once, but the power bank has a USB Type-C port as well as a USB Type-A port so that you can charge up to three devices all at the same time.
Whether you are working in the park, at home, or while traveling, you will be able to get through the day without worrying about running out of juice. It takes about three hours to fully charge this 6.69″ long by 2.83″ wide by 0.91″ thick battery pack, and since it has dual USB Type-C capabilities, you can continue to charge two devices while the battery itself is recharging.
The 20,000mAh 65W Lenovo Go USB-C Laptop Power Bank will be available in June for $89.99,
Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse
If you’ve been juggling more that one laptop or tablet, and you need to use your mouse with all of them, you’ll appreciate the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse. You can pair up to three devices to this mouse, and you can quickly cycle through the devices by pressing a button. The mouse has on-the-fly adjustable DPI sensitivity, and there’s also a utility button with TEAMS meeting shortcuts configured by default.
Lenovo Go says that this mouse’s battery will last from two to three months, depending on how hard you use it. When it’s time to recharge, it takes about 1.5 hours via its USB Type-C port — or you can wirelessly charge it by laying the mouse on a Qi charger.
The Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse will be available in June for $59.99, and we can expect more Lenovo Go products to show up later this year.
Need other accessories in the meantime? Check out all of the items that Lenovo has in stock right now.